Chinese woman smelts computer circuit boards over an open stove to extract metals. The fan is vain attempt to disperse the highly toxic fumes created by the smelting.
Chinese man smelts computer parts in the open air to extract metals. Open air burning of computer waste releases large amounts of toxic fumes.
Piles of circuit boards from hazardous computer waste stretch into the distance near an e-waste scrap yard. The circuit boards will be smelted by hand to extract metals. Smelting releases highly poisonous gases and pollutes the environment.
Truck overloaded with hazardous computer waste on the way to scrapping yards.
Piles of cables and computer waste awaiting scrapping.
Greenpeace activists hang a banner on the Hunghom Peninsula Development in protest at the proposed demolition by property developers Sun Hung Kai and NWS Holdings.
Greenpeace activists demonstrate their support of the Kyoto protocol in Beijing, near the Forbidden city in Beijing February 16, 2005. Greenpeace offices around the world celebrate the coming into force of the protocol today. After more than ten...
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